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Sales of electric heaters soar in Germany amid winter gas crisis fears
Germany is heavily reliant on Russian gas imports and Berlin fears supplies will be cut this winter over the war in Ukraine.
Why would someone want Hitler's wristwatch?
An auction house in the US has become known for its Nazi memorabilia. But why is there such a big market?
England's Lionesses celebrate their Euro 2022 triumph
England's football heroines celebrate their Euro 2022 victory in front of thousands of fans in central London.
England's Euro 2022 victory over Germany 'will change society'
"Listen, the legacy of this tournament is the change in society," said England captain Leah Williamson.
England beat Germany in thrilling Euro 2022 final
The final at Wembley was seen by a record number of spectators as the action went to extra time.
Fires ongoing in Czech Republic's Bohemia Switzerland National Park
Wildfires in the Czech Republic's Switzerland National Park are ongoing and have burnt almost 1100 hectares, but firefighters are optimistic as they start to bring them under control.
Euro 2022: Clash of the Titans as England take on Germany in final
The two top sides in this year's tournament will face off in Sunday evening's final at Wembley Stadium in London.
What is the EU doing to save energy as a gas crisis looms?
Europe is preparing for the worst case scenario if Russia decides to completely cut gas supplies.
Germany accuses Russia of power play over gas supply
"It's a power play": Germany not impressed by Russia's politcal shouldering over gas
Berlin turns off the lights in a bid to save energy
Berlin has decided to turn off the lights of several monuments as part of an energy-saving attempt amidst fears of winter gas shortages.
Hundreds of firefighters battle blazes in Germany and Czech Republic
Hundreds of firefighters have been battling wildfires in eastern Germany and neighbouring Czech Republic on Tuesday as tourist regions and residential areas are being evacuated.
'A total mess': Opposition mounts against the EU's gas reduction plan
Southern countries argue the European Commission's proposed plan is disproportionate and unfair.
Germany bails out gas branch of Finnish state-owned energy supplier
The German government will take a roughly 30% stake in energy supplier Uniper as part of a rescue package prompted by surging prices for natural gas and reduced Russian deliveries,
Italy unveils new high-speed trains from Rome Fiumicino airport
These are all the high-speed railways you need to know about in Europe, including new lines from Rome to Florence and Milan.
Could Germany launch €1 a day train tickets to ease cost of living?
Around 31 million of Germany’s special €9 tickets were sold last month, signalling a strong interest in cheap train travel.
Scholz: Germany's fossil fuel power plants reactivation is 'temporary'
In a video address on Saturday, the German chancellor stated that his government remains committed to doing "everything" to combat the climate crisis.
Ex-German soldier jailed for planning attack posed as Syrian refugee
Prosecutors had described him as a "far-right terrorist" who had been inspired by extremist ideologies "for several years".
Activists blocking Berlin's roads say they aren’t here to be liked
'Uprising of the Last Generation' claims the world has only a few years left to avoid catastrophic levels of global warming.
Telegram has a Holocaust denial problem
A new survey by UNESCO has found a shocking amount of Holocaust denial and distortion across social media platforms, with Telegram the worst offender.
Nord Stream begins annual maintenance, putting EU leaders on edge
The biggest single pipeline carrying Russian gas to Germany starts annual maintenance today, with European leaders worried the shutdown might be extended past 10 days due to the war in Ukraine.
Treat Syrian refugees the same as Ukrainians, says UN commission chair
More than 300,000 Syrian civilians have died in the last ten years of war in the Middle Eastern country.
Gas shortage emergency 'would push Hamburg to ration hot water'
Germany has already called on citizens and companies to cut back on energy use amid concerns over supplies from Russia.
Does Germany's popular €9-a-month rail pass mask a bigger problem?
From June to August, travellers can enjoy unlimited use of local and regional trains for just €9 a month.
Boy, 8, found alive in rainwater sewer eight days after going missing
The boy had disappeared from his family garden on June 17.
Nazi camp guard, 101, jailed for 'complicity' in 3,518 murders
Josef Schütz was given a five-year jail term on Tuesday for complicity in the murder of 3,518 prisoners at the Sachsenhausen camp, north of Berlin, between 1942 and 1945.
German police confiscate dozens of poisonous snakes after owner bitten
The 35-year-old had told doctors there that one of her rattlesnakes bit her finger.